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[movies]Shantell Martin's art evolution - PopTech
Breakthrough artist Shantell Martin invites viewers on a tour of her unique, flowing, ever-evolving style, expressed lately through just a simple black pen. "I don't know where the pen is going. The pen is going and I am just following."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Art; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 20
[movies]Dan Schulman: Financial inclusion - PopTech
Dan Schulman explains how technology can help bring in 2.5 billion people from the margins of the world's financial systems. "Digital wallets are really morphing into full-service money management and movement systems."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; finance; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 28
[movies]HEM - PopTech
Watch and listen as the band Hem brings its soft, eclectic Americana sound to PopTech.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 22
[movies]Jim Olson: Tumor paint - PopTech
Jim Olson invented a potentially revolutionary "tumor paint" that locates and lights up tumor cells to show surgeons exactly what to excise. "In a few years, surgeons will have a hard time going back to surgery as they did it in the past."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Medicine; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 33
[movies]Charlie Todd: Improv invite - PopTech
Charlie Todd shares his hilarious improvisational projects that invite random New Yorkers to participate, like conducting an orchestra on a city sidewalk. "This is about me giving other people opportunities to express themselves."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; PopTech 2013; Theater
Downloads: 28
[movies]Eric Klinenberg: Living single - PopTech
Sociologist Eric Klinenberg discusses how a dramatic increase in living single is the biggest unnamed modern social trend and he deconstructs old myths about what that might mean. "Is there anything more innovative than changing the entire way in which we organize ourselves and our households?"
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; PopTech 2013; youth
Downloads: 62
[movies]Leetha Filderman w/ John Maeda - PopTech
PopTech president Leetha Filderman sits down with John Maeda for a discussion about the history of PopTech, its mission and what's next.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; PopTech 2014
Downloads: 27
[movies]Kevin Slavin: Debunking luck - PopTech
Pioneering gamer Kevin Slavin takes the PopTech audience on a colorful tour of the history of luck in America, games of chance, gambling and mathematical formulas. "That's amazing, the idea that anything that seems to be built out of chance or instinct or luck can yield to a computational assault."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Games; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 28
[movies]Sonos Studio: Cathedrals - PopTech
San Francisco's Cathedrals brought the house down with this rousing performance of songs from their eponymous debut EP.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2014
Downloads: 22
[movies]Joe Palca with science pioneers - PopTech
Watch NPR's Joe Palca interview cancer researcher Jim Olson, materials engineer Jonathan Wilker and pioneering gamer Kevin Slavin.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; PopTech 2013; Science
Downloads: 31
[movies]Deborah Kenny's fixing education - PopTech
Deborah Kenny wants to scale the effective programs her organization, Harlem Village Academies, has produced. By avoiding previous, well-intentioned, failures and by providing teachers and students with empowering tools, she wants to get what's working for her schools in every US school--and she encourages all of us to get involved.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; PopTech 2010; Education; Youth
Downloads: 222
[movies]Reichert and Robertson: First in flight - PopTech
Todd Reichert and Cameron Robertson show how they designed and built a sprawling flying machine that was the first human-powered helicopter to fly an award-winning 3 meters high for 60 seconds. "Impossible is nothing," says Robertson.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; engineering; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 33
[movies]Amanda Ripley: Ask the kids - PopTech
Amanda Ripley is an investigative journalist who writes about human behavior and public policy. For Time Magazine and the Atlantic, she has chronicled the stories of American kids and teachers alongside groundbreaking new research into education reform. "Kids have strong opinions about school. We forget as adults how much time they sit there contemplating their situation."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Education; Journalism; PopTech 2012; Youth
Downloads: 25
[movies]Zach Lieberman: Creative teaching - PopTech
Zach Lieberman talks about teaching creativity in the information age at his School for Poetic Computation. "We are not sitting in front of a screen. We are trying to create a space for reimagining what is possible."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; creativity; Education; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 30
[movies]Young Guru: Capitalizing on "free" - PopTech
Revered as "The Sound of New York," Young Guru has mixed 10 of Jay-Z's albums and officially became Jay-Z's tour D.J. in 2010. He is also a leader in adapting to a challenging music business. "It is always vibe over money."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; Business; Culture; PopTech 2012
Downloads: 40
[movies]Erik Hersman: BRCK breakthrough - PopTech
Erik Hersman shows off the BRCK, a way to connect to the Internet that is physically robust, able to connect to multiple networks, a hub for all local devices and has enough backup power to survive a blackout. "The great challenge of our time is to connect people and information."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; Internet; PopTech 2013
Downloads: 20
[movies]Helen Marriage: Art interventions - PopTech
Helen Marriage shows how to create breathtaking, city-wide art installations in places like downtown London. "These life-changing moments, the joy that you see on the faces of these audiences, that is not a frivolity."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Art; PopTech 2013; Urbanism
Downloads: 27
[movies]Andri Magnason: Questioning growth - PopTech
Andri Magnason is an Icelandic writer who co-directed the documentary film Dreamland, about a massive industrial project in Iceland that exposed some ugly truths about politics, industry and so-called green energy. He studies what seem like cycles of endless growth simply for growth's sake. "I was wondering about how rational we are as humans. Where does this come from? Where does this need, this addiction come from?"
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Environment; Development; PopTech 2012; Sustainability
Downloads: 67
[movies]David Robertson: Creative constraint - PopTech
David Robertson uses LEGO's tumultuous business history to describe the delicate balance between creativity and constraints. "By putting focus and direction around innovation, that is how you turn sparks of brilliance into profitable innovation."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Business; creativity; Innovation; PopTech 2014
Downloads: 31
[movies]Jonathan Wilker: Nature's glue - PopTech
Jonathan Wilker shows how adhesives derived from animals, like barnacles, might one day be used in medicine. "Wouldn't it be better if we could just glue you back together? Wouldn't it be cool if we could take sutures and put them out of business?"
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; PopTech 2013; Science Fellows 2013
Downloads: 27
[movies]Mike Wesch: Lessons From YouTube - PopTech
Cultural anthropologist Mike Wesch studies YouTube and how social media is transforming how we communicate. The Kansas State University professor says social media has made us far more connected. His research on YouTube also reveals a media landscape that is fostering new forms of community and collective action.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; Technology; Internet; Culture; Community
Downloads: 112
[movies]Unity Dow: Rethinking Africa - PopTech
Unity Dow, a lawyer, high court justice in Botswana and novelist, describes seismic generational shifts between pre- and post-independence Africans. She asks how the identity shifts of the next generation will change the dynamics of the world stage and what that means for Americans, many of whom are working with outdated paradigms in a world rebalancing.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; PopTech 2011; Business
Downloads: 97
[movies]Sandro Galea: Rebounding after trauma - PopTech
Sandro Galea is a doctor and epidemiologist who has researched the role of traumatic events in shaping population health; particularly the health of urban populations. "Ninety percent of people in this country will have a traumatic event in their lifetime."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Health; PopTech 2012; PTSD; Resilience
Downloads: 22
[movies]Reuben Margolin's Kinetic Art - PopTech
First inspired by the mysterious and mathematical qualities of a caterpillar's crawl, artist Reuben Margolin creates large-scale kinetic sculptures that use pulleys and motors to create the complex movements and structures we see in nature. Margolin takes to the PopTech stage to share some of his extraordinary mechanical installations.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; Art; Engineering; PopTech 2009
Downloads: 61
[movies]Thompson & Cotton forgive - PopTech
The story of Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton is one of liberation and forgiveness. In 1984, Thompson testified that Cotton raped her, for which he was sentenced to life in prison. Eleven years later, DNA evidence cleared him of the crime. Thompson and Cotton went on to write a memoir together about their experience.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; Psychology; Conflict; PopTech 2010
Downloads: 26
[movies]David Wax Museum: Mexo-Americana Music - PopTech
The David Wax Museum fuses traditional Mexican folk with American roots and indie rock to create an utterly unique Mexo-Americana aesthetic.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2011; Culture
Downloads: 103
[movies]O'Connor and Ruby: Fiddles - PopTech
Fiddle virtuoso Mark O'Connor and 14-year-old prodigy fiddler Ruby Jane Smith share the 2009 PopTech stage. Together they mesmerize audiences with the duets that play tribute to the spirit of Americana music, at times slow and melancholy, and others rousing and lyrical.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2009; Culture
Downloads: 273
[movies]Gideon Obarzanek’s Digital Moves - PopTech
Hailed by The Australian as the country's best modern dance company, choreographer Gideon Obarzanek's Chunky Move dazzles audiences with its use of site-specific installations and interactive sound and light technologies. Obarzanek's avant-garde performances explore the tensions between the rational world we live in and richness of our imagination.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Entertainment; Art; Music; PopTech 2009
Downloads: 59
[movies]Adrian Anantawan: Accessible music - PopTech
Born without a right hand, Adrian Anantawan began the violin at nine and has since established himself as a rising star in classical music. He helped to create the Virtual Chamber Music Initiative at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab Centre -- a cross-collaborative project that develops adaptive musical instruments for use by young persons with disabilities within a chamber music setting.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Education; Music; PopTech 2012; Visualizations
Downloads: 43
[movies]Anab Jain: Designing the future - PopTech
Anab Jain talks about design in a future world of insect cyborgs, mass surveillance, DNA monetization and guerilla infrastructure. "This sort of speculative work explores the remarkable potential of technology and its new experiential aesthetics."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; PopTech 2013; Technology
Downloads: 64
[movies]Logan Richardson: Improvisations - PopTech
Logan Richardson's alto saxophone compositions have been hailed by the Jazz Times as "incisive, multi-dimensional and remarkably flexible, wrapping and twisting phrases into unexpected origami shapes." At PopTech 2009, Richardson's improvisations muse on America at a critical crossroads.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2009; Culture
Downloads: 114
[movies]Susan Casey: In Awe of Waves - PopTech
Susan Casey wrote her latest book, The Wave: In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks and Giants of the Ocean, after researching the beautiful, mysterious and terrifying behavior of waves for the past three years. Casey recounted astonishing tales of misfit waves from around the world and what drew her to confront them firsthand.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Entertainment; Ocean; PopTech 2010; Business
Downloads: 250
[movies]Larry Smith's Six Word Project - PopTech
Larry Smith wants to know your story. Since 2006, Smith has undertaken the Six-Word Memoir Project inviting his Smith Magazine readers to tell their live stories in just six words. His six-word memoir project can now be found in classrooms, boardrooms, hospitals, churches, speed-dating sessions, and at live six-word "slams" across the world.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; Language; Culture; PopTech 2010
Downloads: 304
[movies]Kevin Dunbar on unexpected science - PopTech
Psychology professor Kevin Dunbar studies how scientists approach the unexpected and learn from mistakes. Over the course of a year, Dunbar's team studied the habits of four molecular biology labs. They found that those labs most successful at turning mistakes into new theories tended to be more diverse and willing to take risks.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Science; Psychology; Education; PopTech 2010
Downloads: 21
[movies]Olivia Chaney: Harmonic lyricism - PopTech
Check out a performance at PopTech 2013 by singer, songwriter and performer Olivia Chaney, complete with Indian harmonium.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech 2013; Folk
Downloads: 44
[movies]Siddhartha Mukherjee: The Cancer Puzzle - PopTech
Siddhartha Mukherjee's fascination with cancer is rooted not just in how to fight it, but in where it originated. Discovering almost nothing on the subject, the cancer physician and researcher wrote "Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer," that explores the history of the disease that causes one-quarter of all American deaths.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Science; PopTech 2010; Medicine; Health
Downloads: 254
[movies]Scott Barry Kaufman: Creative brains - PopTech
Cognitive psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman unravels some of creativity's mysterious origins with the help of brain scanning equipment. "Depending on what you are creating - the stimulus, the content - and what stage of the creative process you are in, different brain areas are recruited to help solve the task."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; brain; creativity; PopTech 2013; psychology
Downloads: 41
[movies]Young Guru borrows a beat - PopTech
Revered as "The Sound of New York," Young Guru has mixed 10 of Jay-Z's albums and officially became Jay-Z's tour D.J. in 2010. Watch him borrow a beat from Al Green to show the fine line between art and piracy.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; Business; Culture; PopTech 2012
Downloads: 28
[movies]Zach Lieberman: Interactive Art - PopTech
Artist Zach Lieberman uses interactive media to inspire - and explore the relationship between technology, performance, and the body. His recent projects include an open-source eye-tracking system that allows disabled artists to draw using their eyes and a performance that includes drawn sketches that react to a visitors' touch.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; Technology; Art; PopTech 2009
Downloads: 35
[movies]David Agus:Disease data - PopTech
David Agus envisions a new era of preventative medicine based on hard data about what really ails us, and that employs research, genetics and health care designed to stave off disease before it starts. "I want doctors to be more like weather forecasters and not biologists."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Health; Medicine; PopTech 2012
Downloads: 97
[movies]Doreen Lorenzo: Leadership - PopTech
“Quirky” president Doreen Lorenzo speaks about how to lead and guide creative people to do great things.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Business; Collaboration; Creativity; PopTech 2014
Downloads: 21
[movies]Joe Palca with inventors - PopTech
NPR’s Joe Palca sits down with chemist and inventor Bryan Shaw, and biomedical engineer Maria Oden to discuss their work and what drives them to design life-saving devices for our most vulnerable populations.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Science; Innovation; PopTech 2014; Technology
Downloads: 20
[movies]Lisa Servon: Better banking - PopTech
Lisa Servon explains how working in a check-cashing facility in the Bronx informed her efforts to improve financial services for poor Americans. "Poor people know best what they need. It is not the policy makers and the researchers."
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; finance; PopTech 2013; Poverty
Downloads: 21
[movies]Josh Klein: FSCK rebellion - PopTech
You're doing it wrong. Hacker Josh Klein complicates commonly held notions about rebellion and its connotations of progress. If hacking can be defined as efficiently challenging the status quo, then how can we apply the idea of the "elegant hack" to rebellion writ large?
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; Innovation; PopTech 2014; Technology
Downloads: 19
[movies]amiina: Mixing it up, Iceland style - PopTech
Icelandic five-piece band amiina takes the PopTech stage with a glockenspiel, a musical saw, a couple of violins, drums, and a laptop. They got their start as the string section for the legendary Sigur Ros and have gone on to play complex music that's sweetly innocent.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; PopTech Iceland; 2012
Downloads: 259
[movies]Sharrona Pearl: Our faces - PopTech
Our faces are the very basis of our self-identity, so how do we respond to someone without one? Or to someone with the face of another person entirely? Sharrona Pearl explains the promise and peril inherent in facial transplants.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Society; PopTech 2014; Psychology; Science
Downloads: 18
[movies]Tony Orrico: Choreography’s shape on paper - PopTech
Tony Orrico, visual artist, performer, and choreographer, uses his own body to inscribe geometries on paper. Through physically exhausting performances involving highly choreographed motions, Orrico explores line and shape with his actual body, creating works of visual art that record his own motion.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; PopTech 2011; Art; Play
Downloads: 155
[movies]Gale McCullough Citizen Scientist - PopTech
Gale McCullough was looking at photos of whales on Flickr and spotted markings of one she recognized from a photo taken three years and 6,000 miles apart. She confirmed the match through marine laboratory Allied Whale's database, earning the moniker "citizen scientist" for her discovery that these whales travel enormous distances in their lifetimes.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Science; Data; Ocean; PopTech 2010
Downloads: 32
[movies]Reggie Watts: Humor in music - PopTech
Reggie Watts is an entertainer who combines stream-of-consciousness improvisational comedy with music to create a wholly original experience. A PopTech veteran, Watts knows this audience well and he handled them like a pro, getting big laughs with a smart blend of sarcasm and self-deprecation during his performance.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Music; Funny; PopTech 2010
Downloads: 329
[movies]Jan Chipchase: Design anthropology - PopTech
Jan Chipchase, head of research for frog Design, talks about the process behind his company's acclaimed work. Chipchase and his team spend weeks on the ground, living with participants and observing the activities and rules of their daily lives. The result is a process of drilling down to the essence of an experience before even beginning to design it.
Keywords: PopTech; PopCasts; Design; PopTech 2011; Culture; DIY
Downloads: 238
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